Please turn off the machine and re-insert the SD card for reset.
(Separate manuals available for A Type and B Type rear cover.)
Use a tool such as a LONG NOSE PLIER and pull to see if it comes out.
DP201 - PLA2X - PLA, ABS, Flexible, PVA
Question: How can I use the profile which is exported in other PC?
Answer: There are two profile import methods. Both are available in advanced setting mode.
① You can import the profile via “Import Profile” under Profile menu.
② You can select profile in SETTING window by using “Custom Profile”.
(It is a convenient way to manage frequently used profiles.)
Please refer to the step by step manual below.
< Export profile >
1. Select Advanced Mode under Mode Menu. Click SETTING on the left panel.
2. Set the desired values in profile and click OK.
3. Export the set Profile by clicking Export Profile under Profile menu.
①Profile import method Ⅰ
< Import Profile >
1) In Advanced Mode, select Import Profile under Profile menu.
2) Select cartridge slot to apply the profile
3) Choose predefined profile (ini file).
②Profile import method Ⅱ
< Custom Profile >
1) In Advanced Mode, select Custom Profile under Profile menu.
2) Click New in Custom Profile List window.
3) Name the New Custom Profile and select “Exported Profile” in profile option.
(Example name: my_exported_profile)
Then, choose the predefined exported profile (ini file), and click OK. And you can see the newly set custom profile in the Custom Profile List.
4) Now you can choose the saved custom profile in Profile under Basic tab. ( In Advanced Mode SETTING)
*Layer Color : Select colors to print by layers.
->For DP200 / DP102 and DP201 / DP202 and 3DWOX1
- Pause the printing on the desired layer. Unload the cartridge, replace it, and continue printing.
-> For 2X and 2X DP303
01. The Layer Color is a function to specify different cartridges for different layers. Move the left-side slider to show slider positioned layer and the layer number. Position the slider at cartridge change desired layer and press the [Add] button in the bottom.
02. Then, another tab is created to replace cartridges by layer. Move the slider, and press the [Add] button to add more Layer Color.
->0th to 69th layers are printed by cartridge 1 and 69th to 230th layers are printed by cartridge 2.
->If the boundary cross-sectional area of the layer color is small, increase the infill density of the internal filament for ensuring durability
Any operating system above windows 7 and both 32bit and 64bit or Mac OSX 10.10(above) can use the program and Display Adaptor should support OpenGL 2.0 or above.
"Skirt" is a paramater that operates only when "Bed Adhesion Type" is set as "None".
Therefore, you can print the skirt (The Green line shown below) if you set the "Bed Adhesion Type" as "None".
-Print Only Follow Mesh Surface-
This option is used when a user only prints the surface of model. Since this option only prints the surface, it prints the model’s outer wall without infill and upper/bottom surfaces. When printing the outer wall, this option prints in minimum thickness about nozzle size.
This option is used when a model is only composed of surfaces and has empty internal space as shown in the pictures below. In case of models with no upper/bottom surfaces and has thin walls, it would be hard for normal slicer settings to discern the inside and outside. Therefore, it will create the g code as it in fills the inside of the model. In such a case, this option can be used to only print the outer wall of the model without any infill.
[3D model] Its internal space is empty and [When the option is selected] Printing the
has opened entrance. outer wall without infill, upper/bottom surfaces.
[When the option is unselected] If this option
is unselected, it would be sliced as an infilled
model as it is an opened type.
Also when the thickness of the outer wall is about 0.4 mm thin, it would be not possible to print it under regular settings. But when this option is activated, it would be possible to print the outer wall.
[3D model] When the thickness is 0.4mm, [When the option is selected] Can print the
which is a size of the nozzle diameter outer wall is thin if this function is enabled
[When the option is unselected] Does not
create the outer wall due to the thickness
(too thin) because the creation of outer wall,
inner wall, and infill are simultaneously executed.
However, we do not recommend this function when slicing a model that requires the solidity, because there is no infill and it prints with the least thickness, which results in printing the model with little solidity.
-Combination Mode A-
When this option is selected, it slices a combination of two or more different models with overlapped part or only one model with overlapped surfaces. As shown in pictures below, two overlapped models share the inside and create the g-code when they are sliced.
When surfaces of the model meet, they create a shared internal space and infill. As shown in pictures above, 2 or more models could be overlapped. Also this option could be used for a single model. For v.184.108.40.206, this option has been activated as default.
-Combination Mode B-
If you select this option and slice the model above, it starts slicing by integrating as the picture below and filling the internal empty space at the same time. When you need to print just the exterior of the model, this option enables you to slice in case the slicing cannot be initiated due to the entanglement or the overlap of the model.
On the same model as above, it creates the G-Code by extracting the exterior and filling the internal space.
-Close Open Faces-
This option is used to resolve an issue when slicing cannot be initiated due to a crack or a hole which are created when surfaces are not properly connected to each other. When you upload a model and slice, you may find that a part of the model disappears from time to time. Such phenomenon occurs due to invisible small cracks or holes, although there seems to be no problem externally. When designing the model, the model with defects may be created under a number of circumstances. For example, they can be created when they have been inconsistently scanned or when they have been improperly attached together.
The picture on the left above is a STL model of a rabbit and the picture on the right above is when the STL model is sliced. There seems to be no problem when uploading a model. However, if you initiate the slicing process, you can find that the part between the legs and the body disappears. A defect of the associated part’s data can be suspected.
It is difficult to find the models with defect on the current slicing program. You must check on the program that professionally deals with the model. The picture on the left is what appears when the same model is loaded on the program called “Meshmixer” which has been developed by Autodesk. This program simply analyzes the surface of the model and displays it on the screen. On the left picture, you can find the blue lines on the body and the legs of the rabbit. Namely, the model does not consist of a single model. It is a model that is created by attaching the legs and the body. The blue line is created where the legs and the body are attached. In case the size of a crack surpasses a certain size, the slicer cannot create a path of a nozzle and delete it on the screen. This feature attaches these cracks so that the model can be sliced.
When you enable this option and re-slice, you can find that the path, which has been fixed to a certain extent, has been created.
However, this feature can fix the defects such as small cracks only to a certain extent. The user may not be satisfied with the result. In the cases when the size of cracks and holes are too big, you need a program of which the user can manually modify the model.
The concept of this option is similar to ‘Close Open Faces’ option above but it is used in a case in which the gaps between surfaces of the model are bigger. When ‘Close Open Faces’ option is selected, slicer makes decision to fill in the gaps or little holes of the model, but when extensive stitching option is selected, slicer makes decision to connect a surface to another closest surface when there is two or more open surfaces in between the surfaces to be connected. The user may not be satisfied with the result so the usage is limited to the certain extent.?
You may remove the USB stick when the X-sign (Refer to the picture below) disappears on the screen. The bigger the size, the longer it will take for the X-sign to disappear.
[Recognizing the USB] [USB may be removed]
There is no need to re-level the bed in between prints unless the device is substantially impacted.We recommend that you level the bed every other week if you print once or twice a day. However, there is no need to level the bed as long as the object is properly attached to the bed when printed.